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by 0.8%. samsung and hyundai rebounded strongly on bargain hunting. after the bell, posco reported a slump in its q4 profit so we'll watch its shares reaction tomorrow. elsewhere, india's sensex is currently down by 0.3% after the rbi cut the interest rates for the first time in nine months. back to you. >> okay, sixuan, thank you. catch you a little later. >>> now joining us on the set is allan miller, founding partner at stm private. the top thing on everyone's mind, allen, welcome first of all. what's happening with markets? equities around the world and a lot of other markets are at multi year highs. they're on these winning streaks. yesterday we saw that start to break down. is there a significance to that? >> we never look on a one-day view. if you look further out, there's substantial value in equities compared to bonds. but when you actually look at the sharp rise as we've had in the last few months, it's not unusual for some of that to be basically given back. and if you look at the volatility of markets, the vix, it's down to the lowest level it's been for years and years
such as by samsung -- are at 43% up from 20% last year. starting this week just using your credit card could cost you more. it's because of the new "swipe fees." those fees were part of the settlement last summer between credit card companies, banks and merchants. it is now legal for businesses to pass merchant fees onto consumers. anywhere from 1.5 to 4% of the total purchase price. just because they can charge the fees doesn't mean they will. given the current economic climate it is believed most retailers won't. still to come why wall street is heading south to the sunshine state. thats later on. but first....why gun manufacturers are running into problems. thats straight ahead. hey! did you know that honey nut cheerios has oats that can help lower cholesterol? and it tastes good? sure does! ♪ wow. [ buzz ] delicious, right? yeah. it's the honey, it makes it taste so... ♪ well, would you look at the time... what's the rush? bee happy. bee healthy. with clusters of flakes and o's. oh, ho ho... it's the honey sweetness. the mayor of chicago is asking banks to get on board with gun safety. m
for the oleds? >> we already are. we supply glass for use in o leds by small form factor like samsung phones. you saw consumer electronics. we make a glass for them. we have the potential of our willow glass, the ultrathin bendable glass to be used in oleds. we're expecting to see that come. liz: fascinating to watch the glass bend. we could see that you can actually, david, bend it. it is so cool. fascinating to see the ingunt, the american ingupt, -- ingenuity, for a company that has been around. my mom had corning ware. remember the dishs? it morphed into quite the business of the as you look at a global business such as corning, you look at currency fluctuations. analysts are a little concerned about this. you have a very weak yaen and some issues that do face you are these currency fluctuations. how are you hedging? how are you going to manage that? are you going to change your strategy? >> we've always disclosed the impact to the end to our investors and analysts. this doesn't come as a surprise. liz: right. >> i think it was the very sharp weakening of the yen from 80 to 90 in the mon
phone, not everyone. what to buy next is a huge topic of debate. >> i see some people switch to samsung and samsung galaxy s3. i've heard it's pretty good and there's apps you can't put on your iphone. i would say some people are starting to switch over but i'm still faithful to iphones. >> i've heard a lot of reviews with new sam sungs, galaxy. a lot are saying better than iphone. >> they are similar. why spend more on the iphone. you get the same technology. >> how much did it cost? >> about like $100. it's cheap not like the iphones. >> they are in transition. they just lost steve jobs. have you to give them time. they are innovative. apple tv looks cool. >> i don't think they will lose status, i just don't think they will be the sole providers for that anymore. >> a lot of them have iphones but many have not upgraded to the 5. that mizzou survey found 18 to 34 years old have more androids that iphones that flip flops with college graduates. most graduates from iphones and blackberries, back to you. >> thanks very much, jane. give my love to my alma mater. meanwhile, a big deal in the battle ove
smart phones. in terms of market share to give you an idea, samsung, the operating system which is mostly samsung has about 70% worldwide. while apple, pretty pop pure lar here in the united states, worldwide, the ios operating system only about 20% market share. reporting live in the newsroom, let's go back to tori and dave. >>> 8:48. let's bring you up to date on some of the other top stories we're following for you right now. in san francisco, three people were rushed to the hospital after a truck, that truck, crashed into a building just hours ago. this all happened at 9th and brannan. the authorities say it appears a pickup driver hit a tow truck and crashed into the building. speed may have been a factor. >>> police are involved in sexual hazing at st. patrick's high school. >>> volunteers are fanning out across the south bay counting the homeless. ktvu's janine de la vega is live in san jose right now and tells us this count is crucial to getting federal funding, janine? >> reporter: dave, we've been trailing a team of volunteers you can see them right here as they are lo
've seen samsung is coming up a little bit but everybody still has an iphone. some sort of iphone. >> i think there's a lot of competition but i think apple probably still has an edge. >> a lot of the other phones are just, i don't know, more hype than anything. >> verizon buys data. that's about all i hear. >> do you think apple is losing its cool? >> yeah. i feel that way especially with the new iphone 5. >> why? >> because the new software is not as good as the old one. >> apple is extremely expensive especially with their data plan so if people are offering pretty much the same service for less people will go for that. >> my fiance has the glaxy and loves that as well so we kind of compete back and forth with each other. >> who's winning? >> he thinks he is. >> a couple of my friends are having samsung galaxy and starting to not like apple and have the samsung galaxy but again, me personally, the iphone sounds good. >> you want to say i have an iphone. >> yeah. >> you don't want to say i have a galaxy. >> here we go. yeah. >> all right. so still some cache. here is the telling thing
. with competitors like samsung setting their own sales records, cook phase his first real test -- faces his first real test of leadership. dan simon, cnn, san francisco. >>> i'm carol costello. thank you very much for joining me today. "cnn newsroom" continues right now with ashley ban field. >>> thank you very much, carol. hello, nice to have you with us. there is nothing like an election to focus the attention of lawmakers and presidents. just look at how fast immigration reform went back on the front burner after president obama won more than 70% of the hispanic vote in november. as we speak, the president is en route to nevada. a state that he carried by more than six points over mitt romney despite an imploding economy there. any guesses who kept that state blue? the president is pitching a comprehensive immigration rewrite that may sound a lot like the senate plan that was unveiled yesterday. however, it will not sound identical. cnn's brianna keilar joins me from the white house now. so will the president propose something completely different than what the senate has already done, and is
own breakthrough product. and with competitors like samsung setting their own sales records, cook now face his real test of leadership. dan simon, cnn, san francisco. >>> that does it for me. poppy harlow is next in the "cnn newsroom." take it away. >>> it's one of the most controversial issues in america. and why this hour president obama announces his plan on immigration reform. i'm poppy harlow. roll it. >>> death defying and terrifying. why a tragic accident at the x games is raising eyebrows about the sport of extremes. >>> plus -- >> this 13-hour procedure was performed by a team of 16 plastic orthopedic and microvascular surgeons. >> a war vet becomes the seventh person in the country to have his arms replaced. >>> and hillary clinton's exit interview. this hour, cnn sits down with america's top diplomat and her final days as secretary of state. >>> hi, everyone. a dramatic report out of miami is focusing new attention on baseball. and that sport's ongoing battle against performance enhancing drugs. this in the news again. the miami new times newspaper has published the names o
phone, samsung flood phone. >> reporter: those friends, those volunteers worked so hard and got so dirty in the cleanup that they got nicknamed the mud army. you can bet the platoons of them will be back in action this year, those volunteers. and they'll be needed. it's going to be a massive cleanup, savannah. >> that, it is, sara james for us. thank you. here's matt. >>> traveling to las vegas to talk about immigration reform, president obama's trip comes after a group of bipartisan senators unveiled their plan for dealing with the roughly 11 million undocumented people living here in the united states. nbc's white house correspondent kristen welker has more on that. >> reporter: president obama will give new details to the policies he first map ped out to years ago and will call on congress to pass an immigration reform bill quickly. president obama, putting the spotlight on immigration reform today. a campaign promise echoed in his inaugural address. >> our journey is not complete until we find a better way to welcome the striving, hopeful immigrants who still see america as a land of
own breakthrough product. with competitors like samsung setting their own sales records, cook phase his first real test -- faces his first real test of leadership. dan simon, cnn, san francisco. >>> i'm carol
in the desert this is our flood phone. samsung flood phone. >> reporter: those friends, those volunteers worked so hard and got so dirty in the cleanup, they got nicknamed the mud army. you can bet blah toons of them back in action this afternoon the platoon of volunteers. it will be a massive cleanup. >> thank you so much. >>> now here is matt. >>> savannah thank you. president obama hits the road to talk about immigration reform. the trip comes a day after a bipartisan group of senators unveiled their plan for dealing with the roughly 11 million undocumented people living here in the united states. nbc's white house correspondent kristen welker with more. good morning. >> matt, good morning. president obama will give new details to the policies he first mapped out two years ago, and he will call on congress to pass on an immigration reform bill quickly. >> everybody in? >> reporter: president obama putting the spotlight on immigration reform today. a campaign promise echoed in his inaugural address. >> our journey is not complete until we find a better way to welcome the striving, hopeful imm
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